Robert Woods, WR, USC Trojans (6-1, 190 pounds)
When it comes to good, solid draft picks, Buffalo's selection of Robert Woods fits the definition perfectly. He has good size, deceptive quickness, runs sharp/precise routes, gains separation easily and has rare hands. Woods is as pro-ready as a receiver can be and I believe he will step in and start as a rookie, catching 60+ passes from new quarterback E.J. Manuel.
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